Dublin noise-punks Girl Band released a stark black-and-white video for their great single “Lawman,” and their new clip for “De Bom Bom” matches that aesthetic. Not much happens in the video, so it works as a kaleidoscopic portrait of the band in action. The song remains an excellent pastiche of early Liars, Pavement, and the [...]
There are times when, as a writer, you really want to delve into the realm of Serious Criticism, taking a critical view of works of art in their sociopolitical context and examining their role in both their own fields of artistic endeavor and against a wider backdrop of cultural trends and movements. Show More Summary
Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy sit down for a conversation about ‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them,’ a gripping portrait of the loss of a great love.
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Vimeo Link First featured on Neatorama in 2007, this video classic by digital artist and St. Louis, Missouri native Philip Scott Johnson is once again making the rounds online, for good reason. Fine art lovers are sure to enjoy this video of famous female portraits from some of the most revered painters over the past 500 years. Show More Summary
Time isn’t mellowing Jimmy Johnson and Jerry Jones. In a rich portrait of the Dallas Cowboys’ owner/general manager, ESPN’s Don Van Natta Jr. writes that Jones’s feud with his former coach is as spicy as ever. Jones revealed that has no intention of putting Johnson in the team’s Ring of Honor despite his two Super […]
In her wonderfully bizarre photo series “Alienation”, photographer Anelia Loubser transforms ordinary human faces into alien-like faces simply by flipping the portraits upside down. “Alienation” is a collection of portraits that challenges...Show More Summary
Delivering classic black & white portraits, a chic cafe acts as the location for Jan Malinowski's latest photo series. Flag Models Brussels' Arnaud Lefebvre is front and center in charming photos that resonate with a simple, quiet confidence. The post Jan Malinowski Shoots Quiet Series Featuring Arnaud Lefebvre appeared first on The Fashionisto.
After a pause of about a week in daily image releases from Rosetta, ESA has begun sharing four-image sets of photos of comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko and invited the public to help produce pretty pictures from them.
German designer Andy Gellenberg illustrated some awesome portraits using only the nike swoosh. Check them out and let us know what you think. For more from Andy Gellenberg visit behance.net/AndyGellenberg. Tags: swoosh portraits illustration paul0v2's blog
Feast your eyes on this mouthwatering entirely condiment-based portrait of the inimitably awesome Sir Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard. It was painted by artist Jennifer Marshall using ketchup, mustard, hoisin sauce and bleu cheese sauce. Show More Summary
I think in many ways, a lot of us were affected by Robin William's suicide. The man just hid those tears and fears so well, none of us knew he has struggling and hurting. That, in turn, made the news even more shocking. Seems YouTube...Show More Summary
Oded Wagenstein is a travel photographer and writer. He’s built a reputation taking intimate portraits from around the world and is a regular contributor to National Geographic Traveler magazine (Hebrew edition). Regular readers will be familiar with Oded’s wonderful photography and articles. Show More Summary
Shooting Trevor-For his most recent series of photos, model and photographer Gui Costa turns his attention to Trevor Cross. Playing muse for the day,... The post Portrait: Trevor Cross by Gui Costa appeared first on The Fashionisto.
This captivating video shows nearly a hundred different portraits paintings of women, covering more than 500 years and all sorts of periods and styles of art. Western art, that is. Read more...
Artist Jennifer Marshall created this amazing portrait of Captain Jean-Luc Picard using ketchup, mustard, hoisin sauce, and bleu cheese. [Geek Craft | Via Neatorama]
America: land of the free, home of the… dog pageant. We love our dogs just as much as we love dressing them in sparkly tutus and tiaras—some of us, anyway. Artist … Read More
These gorgeous black and white photographs of Sharon Stone at 25 years old, shot by photographer Peter Duke sometime in 1983. See more »
Jennifer Marshall made this fantastic portrait of Captain Jean-Luc Picard by using ketchup, mustard, blue cheese sauce, and hoisin sauce. She writes that "Starfleet needs a better arts budget." Yes, but let's first rebuild the fleet after the losses of the Dominion War. The shading on the face is just astounding. I wonder how Marshall did it. -via Geek Crafts
by Dish Staff David Samuel Stern creates dizzying portraits by weaving together two separate vellum prints: This way of abstracting the images does not only offer his subjects a way to hide within themselves, but also turns digital photography into physical objects by adding geometric texture. Being poets, choreographers, artists or programmers, all of the […]